Active since June 22, 2022
528 S 53rd Street · Tacoma, WA
Listing by NWMLS / Windermere Abode Lakewood
- Year Built 1910
- Lot Size 5,998 sq ft
- Parking Spaces 0
- Parking Type RV Parking, Driveway, Off Street
- Style Craftsman
- Lot Details Alley, Secluded, Sidewalk
- Exterior Features Wood
- Interior Features Forced Air, Wall to Wall Carpet, Laminate, Double Pane/Storm Window, Dining Room, Water Heater
- Floor Covering Laminate, Vinyl, Carpet
- Annual Taxes $4,279 (2022)
- MLS Number 1953376
In the community you’ll find Wapato Park - an urban park featuring a woodland area, a lake, walking trail, plus a historic pergola full of stunning and colorful. Wapato has a number of trails that you can walk to explore the park, including one circling the lake that is approx .9 miles in length and you can’t beat the beautiful setting of the lake and forest. It’s best and most popular feature though is the off leash dog park! The off leash dog area has a smaller area for pups under 25 pounds, a space for larger pups and an upper dog area for all dogs. The park also provides waste bag stations and garbage bins to help keep the park clean. Water is also available for the pups, there's a water faucet and bowl.
Also close by is Marlene's Market, a wonderful natural food store with organic salad bar, daily scratch made soups and delicious bakery items you can't pass up! Costco is just minutes away too for all your bulk shopping needs.
Have a hankering for authentic sushi, salads, tempura, teriyaki and more? Then you’ll love being close to such delicious food at Gari of Sushi! Traditional rolls & sashimi, plus some unique rolls like the mermaid which is topped with seaweed salad. They also have a large vegetarian selection of rolls that are often hard to find. Everything arrives looking like a well crafted work of art.
Swing by LUX Coffee, a neighborhood coffee shop for espresso, pastries, art and whatnot on McKinley Hill.
Last but not least, this summer you can enjoy prime blueberry picking season at Charlotte’s Blueberry Park - 3 minutes away off East D Street, you’ll find more than 3,372 bushes, representing five varieties of blueberry, produce, and fruit. Picking season typically runs from July through September each year.